Every 40 days the ceramic workshop delivers an order of 50 wind chimes. The elaboration of wind chimes requires a lot of manual work. After molding and baking the chimes, they are all painted by hand. Then, all the pieces are put together so as to form a wind chime.
Amparo Quiñonez paints the chimes.
Martha Cruz measures the cord to tie together the wind chime.
Juan Ramón Zamoran and Martha Cruz work on the wind chimes.
Martha Cruz perforates the upper spiral in order to tie up the cords with chimes to the spiral.
Amparo Quiñonez ties the chimes up to the upper spiral.
Angelo Aguilera and Juan Ramón Zamoran twist the ends of the cords.
Angie Aguilera helps packing for transport.